Half a million copies were few for the greed of the citizens to get the Draft Constitution, so the number of printed tabloids had to rise to one million.
Las Tunas province holds the Vanguardia Nacional condition and worthy to host the national event for the 58th anniversary of the Cuban Women Federation (FMC) that will be celebrated in the first hours of on August 23rd at the historic center of Las Tunas city. These results come from the outstanding work of this organization in the territory during this period.
Sports, cultural and recreational activities in work centers and public spaces take place this week, as part of the celebration program here for International Youth Day, on August 12.
Puerto Padre, Las Tunas.- Yusnier Pupo Rodríguez, first secretary of the Young Communists League in the territory, told Radio Libertad that the festival will include areas of La Llanita, La Boca, El Socucho and La Jíbara beaches, as well as the popular camping site Aguada de Vázquez.
He also pointed out that in the city, on the 12th, there will be artistic presentations, sports games and an expo-sale of the Culinary Association and the popular gastronomy centers at night.
Pupo Rodríguez pointed out that they will make a toast to midnight in the local Amphitheater as an homage for the 92nd anniversary of the birth of the Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro Ruz.
THE PIONEERS, PRESENT!
Outstanding students from the municipalities of Puerto Padre and Jesús Menéndez will star this August 12 the activities of the pioneer movement for the International Youth Day, at the Zara Laffita Zayas marine camp, on Cayo Juan Claro.
Osmar Pérez Fandiño, president of the Organization of José Martí Pioneers in the territory, said that the local representation is made up of girls, boys and guides of meritorious result in the Cuban School of Wushu and the elementary schools Salvador Cisneros, Osmare Toledo and Ramón López Peña.
Sports and cultural options and the traditional giant cake are among the offers for the day, which will also enjoy the infants of the House for Children without Family Protection, said Pérez Fandiño.
One of the recurring crops in the diet of Las Tunas people and, at the same time, the most affected during the passage of Hurricane Irma last year, receives a remarkable boost in the fields of the province with initiatives such as the so-called celebrations or festivals of plantain, whose first edition in Jobabo was held over the weekend.